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10 Tips To Boost Your Mental Wellness


In such an uncertain world, looking after your own mental wellness is an absolute priority. However, it can be really hard to keep up a positive mental attitude with all the stresses and strains of everyday life!

If you’re struggling to manage your mental health at an uncertain time, here are ten quick tips you may find useful to put into action right away.

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Step Back and Breathe

In tense moments, be sure to close your eyes, breathe in for four seconds, and breathe out for seven. This will help to stabilise your body.

Get Some Exercise

Believe it or not, intense and low-intensity exercise can do a lot to boost your mental wellness! It’s all about encouraging your brain to release endorphins. Keeping active is a great way to feel more positive.

Keep in Touch

In times like these, keeping in touch with friends and family is crucial. Keep yourself supported by calling and chatting with loved ones wherever possible.

Treat Yourself

Within reason, set aside a little money – if you can – to try something a bit different. Even if this just means changing up your toothpaste, variety is a great mood booster!

Turn Problems Around

Instead of looking at every problem as a potential crisis, see them as a challenge that you can overcome. Think of creative ways you can improve on situations without losing control and if you need support, reach out for it.

Show Gratitude

Have you ever used a gratitude journal before? Take a few minutes each day to write down what you are grateful for. Reflect on them in times of high stress and anxiety and let them help you come back around.

Avoid the News

Yes – it makes sense to keep on top of world news occasionally. However, try to stay away from sensational headlines and stories. They will often blow things out of proportion. For the best positive mental attitude, it pays to find a balance.

Limit Social Media

Social media has a huge role to play in modern life. However, too much Facebook or Twitter can actually bring us down! Therefore, use app limits on your devices or physically restrict yourself when it comes to the time you spend browsing. Don’t compare yourself to others!

Don’t Worry About Routine Breaks

Above all, if you have a routine set up for yourself, don’t worry if things don’t always go to plan. Life is complex and unpredictable! Just pick yourself back up as best you can, and never be afraid to ask for help.

This is possibly the best advice we can give – help is always at hand if you start to feel low, or particularly anxious. We all need time to look after our mental health and mental wellness once in a while!

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About the author

Matt is a trained and licenced Mindfulness teacher and Stress and Anxiety Reduction Counsellor operating in and around the Peterborough area. After overcoming his own stress and anxiety he's found his purpose teaching others to do the same.

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